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, for what are you response snble >> i'm responsible for our corporate strategy in north america america and looking at all of our corporate strategies across that. so overseeing all the product areas and strategies. >> you spent quite a few years in korea, correct? >> yes. why are you now in the snates >> probably they got tired of me and said i need a breather. but it's interesting when you've been in the headquarters. you've seen global responsibility but looking at narrower product lines. but in coming to the u.s., i can look at all the product lines in one geographic market. it's a different way of look k at the business. much more in the trenches than in the headquarters of the corporation. >> for samsung products s the u.s. and canada north america a growth market? >> it still is. traditionally we've thought about developed markets and developing markets. if you look at the last few years of our progress in the u.s. market, we've seen tremendous growth. some of that is coming from new categories like the rise of the digital television or the growth of the phone business. some of i
have thousands more troops in north america. america. and they could've summoned tens of thousands more troops from other parts of the empire if they had decided to do so. but they were not able to do so because of the power of a new force in warfare, a term those only coined faithfully in 1776, the power of public opinion. now, if the founding fathers had been paddling of the british empire but the roman empire, i can achieve that the romans no matter how many battlefields defeats they would've suffered government would've come back and george washington, the founders, would have been crucified quite literally. the fact that this did not happen is because of what happened institutions that iran did not have to worry about, at least not after the rise of the empire. and that was the house of commons, parliament. because in 1782, a year after, in the year after the battle of yorktown there was a very close vote in the house of commons to discontinue offense of operations in north america. the vote was 234-215. it was a nail biter but because lord north who was the hardline prime minister
for general motors. european auto sales dragged down overall gm profits in 2012, while china, north america and south america all delivered returns. in the fourth quarter, overall gm profits were up 89% from 2011. looking ahead, the company says it has taken significant action to put itself on a path for growth in 2013. however, ahead of the release of new models of pickup trucks, analysts are concerned gm may be forced to cut production, due to a backup of its current inventory. a "spirited" trade in the beverage industry is sending traders on a wild ride. the justice department was blocking the merger of budweiser and corona. to get the deal done, anheuser bush in bev, which owns bud, is agreeing to sell grupo modelo's brewery in mexico to wine and spirits maker constellation brands. constellation spiked above $43 yesterday on the news as traders who were shorting the stock are forced to buy it into options expiration today. "well, as of mid-day yesterday, we saw 40 million shares of constellation being traded. the average day only has about 5 million shares of volume." scott bauer of tr
one in four catholics lives in europe. most live in north america, south america, asia and africa. so, really, it's going to be a time for the church to redefine itself looking towards those areas where its numbers are growing. christi? >> going to be interesting to see if they choose a pope that is european or perhaps of another heritage. thank you, ben wedemen, we appreciate you bringing us the latest from rome there. >>> coming up in our 8:00 hour, we'll look at the intrigue and the secrecy in the church, as well as hollywood's obsession with the vatican. >>> so, i want to get you to washington now. take a look at this live picture of one beautiful sunrise. good morning to all of you waking up in that in d.c. and you know what else, folks are waking up to a first draft of the president's immigration plan. "usa today" reporting that the draft includes an eight-year path to citizenship for illegal immigrants. we understand there is also increases in border security and an expansion of the e-verify system in this draft. in the senate, the so-called group of eight are working toward co
north america. now on your screen is joe taylor who is the ceo and chairman of panasonic north america. mr. taylor, we're here in las vegas at ces international. what products is panasonic debuting? >> guest: well, peter, first, thanks for having me. and second, i think the interesting thing about what we're doing here today is not just introducing some new consumer electronics, but really rolling out the new image of panasonic globally. and that's a company that's almost a hundred years old that east $100 billion and has portfolio products far beyond consumer electronics. >> host: such as? >> guest: well, our b to b space is really, really growing for us. we have major market shares in the avionics industry, in-flight entertainment. automotive industry far beyond speakers and radios. complete multimedia interfaces and navigation systems. we have sports and entertainment venues as well as a very large energy business. and these are things, shame on us, but we haven't made people well aware of even though we're a hundred years old. >> host: well, mr. taylor, we are aware of panasonic te
of panasonic north america. i'm your screen is joe taylor, the ceo and chairman of panasonic north america. -- on your screen is joe taylor, the ceo and chairman of panasonic north america. talk to me about the products. >> thank you for having me. interesting thing we're doing here is not just in to do seeing some new consumer electronics, but rolling out the new image of panasonic globally carried that is a company that is almost 100 years old and has a portfolio product far beyond consumer electronics. >> such as? >> our b2b space is growing for us. we have major market shares in- flight entertainment and automotive industry far beyond speakers and radios. navigation systems. sports and entertainment venues. shame on us, but we have not made people well aware of these even though we are 100 years old. >> we are aware of panasonic television and cameras and things like that. you have a brand called your tv. what is that? >> your db is the latest innovation. -- your tv is the latest innovation. it will want their content when they wanted. they want to communicate. they want twitter. they
was in the americas. north america with both u.s. and canada, south america, but you look at the rest of the world. i would say other than europe and china, it has been an okay market. he looked at the middle east. you look dead parts of asia and greater asia-pacific. so it has been a good, broad spectrum of positive growth. liz: do you see any improvement? focus on europe. to you see any incremental growth there? >> i think our projections for the year are pretty flat. i think many positives that you will get in certain areas could be offset by further weakening. maybe even some of the, you know, whether it is a certain portion of france or germany, but in the u.k. is still suspect . no, i was going to call the flat and then held for the strategy, but there has to be hope. liz: be happy. something good happens, even though you say that china looks not as healthy as it has been in the past, you are striking some partnerships. you must be a believer. you will be doing a partnership involving mobile crane. would it be assembly? tell us about the relationship. >> we had a joint venture in track cranes c
it could be someone who is from africa, from latin america, maybe even dare we say, north america. >> could well be. the church certainly has shifted, as you say, it's suffering in western europe, yet there are 61 cardinals from europe. the college of cardinals that will be voting. the church is exploding in latin america, africa and parts of asia. there are some viable candidates. so, i wouldn't be surprised if the church moved in that direction. and north america, you think of cardinal oulet from quebec, would certainly be a leading candidate. cardinal dolan, possibly. i think the cardinals will look around the world, sure, for a possible candidate. >> right now, they are looking up at the stage and the pope is going to speak in portuguese as he continues his final good-byes to the faithful, speaking in many different languages. there are preparations under way already, something that is, again, as we talked about the historic nature of what we're seeing and the difference from anything we have experienced before, in a situation, in all of our lifetimes when we were talking about a concla
, in north america, south america, asia. all over the world. >> do you have any idea what country these people were from? >> yes. >> you care to share that with me? >> i would not. >> you would not care to share it? >> no. >> have you caught any of them? >> working on it. >> one top u.s. intelligence official is on record saying that the chinese have already aggressively infiltrated the computer networks of some u.s. banks and are operating inside u.s. electrical grids, mapping out our networks and presumably leaving behind malicious software that could be used to sabotage the system. can a penetrator or a perpetrator leave behind-- >> yes. >> little things that will allow them to be there and watch and look and listen? >> any successful penetration has the potential for leaving behind a capability. >> do we believe that there are--that governments have planted code in the power grid? >> steve, i would be shocked if we were in a situation where tools and capabilities and techniques have not been left in u.s. computer and information systems. >> of all the critical components in th
in north america, as well as europe, and they need a pope that can be focused. >> wendy: so you think the pope will come from europe? >> i suspect the pope will be from italy. italy. >> wendy: really. the church has been harmed with sex scandals, and is there an opportunity here to change that image? >> i do think so. i think we'll choose a pope that is extremely conservative, and i think they're going to choose somebody with great leadership skills, management skills, and somebody who would know how to handle this. >> wendy: who is your pick? >> the cardinal from rome. >> wendy: do you think we're likely to see any significant shift in the direction of the roman catholic church with the selection of this next pope? >> i do not think so. we have to remember in the conclave, the majority of cardinals were appointed by benedict the 16th t-as well as pope john paul ii. >> wendy: the current pop was so popular. he had just started using twitter. and he was extremely popular and extremely conservative. >> yes. >> wendy: it just begs to the question of why? 85 is old, but he wasn't sick, yo
. >> the cardinals, there are three italians on that list and one from north america and one from canada and one from south america. and so you have the representation for around the globe. i think south america is in contention because you are talking about a center of catholicism. north america, offer him an opportunity to say look, we did something really different. they aren't going to pick an american, while america is a superpower. they aren't going to hand the nongovernmental institution to another american. so the chances are also good that this is the time they'll go back to an italian. you have three people that are put in high profile positions. one is dealing with issues of culture in the vatican. the other day, a conference about trying to reach out to youth and acknowledged that he played amy winehouse's cd to give an example of what young people are listening to. >> i'm sure we'll take advantage of them again. thank you. >> thank you. >>> for more on pope benedict's resignation and a photo gallery, log on to our website, wusa9.com. >>> there are shocking new details about the death o
the 16th. who will be in alignment with them and their cardinals from europe, north america, latin america and africa that can do that very well. jenna: like all popes, really in the position of great power. there is also criticism that sometimes is levied upon someone with such a responsibility. i'm just curious when you reflect back over these last several years with pope benedict, what do you think is important when you look ahead to who is chosen for the next pope but not only for the leadership of the church but a religious leader, a spiritual leader for the world? >> i think one of the great challenges is reconciliation among people of different faiths of integrity, of spirituality, of purifying the church. this has been a great concern of pope benedict and i think his successor will be of the same mind, that, the people have to folk discuss on the person of jesus christ as christians, the work of charity and brotherhood. jenna: mr. anderson, so nice of you to join us today. we thank you very much. >> thank you very much. jenna: quite a day in history as we mentioned. we're g
of america. why? well wday in north dakota about how they are taking away more and more reproductive rights. >> it comes down to this today. without directly challenging row v. wade, state legislators are debating and pass be a half dozen laws. >> the state was rated the absolute worst state for women. >> brick by brick dismantling the only state's abortion clinic in fargo north dakota. all are expected to go challenged in the courts. >> i will take every step that needs to be taken to keep abortion safer and legal and available in north dakota. cenk: we're going to talk to her in just a minute. legislators have tried for advanced hospital admitting privileges requirement legislation this makes it much harder to run a clinic, because the doctors and the requirements, just technical but it makes a big difference. they advanced a personhood amendment, which makes zygotes a person. they are considering a fetal heartbeat bill. they blocked sex ed resources for at-risk youth. you know what prevents abortions? more pregnant teens. doesn't make any sense but they're fundamentalists, so it doesn't
of the things gm has done successfully they kept the break even point, particularly in north america in check. their break even point in north america they can make money in 11 million unit market in the united states. as the product ages, one of the things that happens, inventory gets too high, product ages and you have to discount it more. that is where incentives come into play. gm hopefully in 2013 and 14 as the revenue part of restructuring accelerates you will see it come down, particular in 2014. lori: talk about the government's interest right now. treasury owns 19% of gm. how does that figure in your outlook for the company? >> it is a overhang. gm bought back a chunk of it in december. the government intend to be out a year from now. there could be circumstances that would allow them to act sell rate the exit. we'll see how 2013 unfolds. it is an overhang until it is gone. the government pretty much left gm alone and let them run the business. most shareholders view the government stake as overhang and you still have the canadian government stake as well. lori: thank you, mike ward.
talks about the economy being the north star. the basic bargains that make america america. i mean, rhetorically i think this is a big speech. >> howard, let's go through what he's going to try to get from the congress. he's addressing the house of representatives and senate in that chamber tonight. what's the real hail mary he might come out with that may surprise everyone? >> i think the hail mary would be on the topic that has been woven into our coverage all night, chris. which is gun violence. and i think what he says about efforts at gun control will be listened to very carefully for the reach of them. whether they're all realistic or not in terms of achieving them, i don't know. but people will want him to dig deep on that. they will be disappointed if he doesn't. on immigration, again, he's got a chance for a deal. but his own people have said doing something to really materially improve the lives of the middle class is what he's staking this second term on. and he's going to make the promise tonight. >> he believes in the end it's going to come down to the way he judged re
's a front-runner in north america, mark willet. cardinal timothy dolan of new york would be a popular choice. benedict's last public appearance, major public appearance will be to provide over the ash wednesday ceremonies. he cannot take part in a conclave to choose his successor but his influence will be felt in a battle seen between liberals and conservatives to chart the future of the church a lot sooner than any of them expected to have to do. >> allen pizzey, thank you. >>> cardinal donald whirl is the archbishop of washington. good morning. >> good morning. >> help us understand what's taking place now. are there factionsin the -- factions within the church, geographical divides? how will the selection of a new pope come about? >> well, at the heart of the process is going to be as you know gathering all the knds for the con -- cardinals for the conclave. when that is announced they'll come together in rome. there's a whole way in which this moves forward. prayer is a big, big part of it. and the openness of spirit. we say that with a certain conviction because in the past we recognize
, first lady speaks with "good morning america" next and robin roberts and what she tells robin about gun control. >> dennis rodman diplomat? his mission to north korea tattoos and all, that is next. but first the america's money report. >> good morning. topping america's money, fresh fears for the market with no clear winners in italy's election investors are worried the debt crisis in europe could return with the dow losing the most in three months. more americans fell behind on auto payments last year. loans often take a back seat to holiday shopping in the 4th quarter, and the delinquency rate for last year, though, was the lowest in a while. the tv rating for the academy award show were slightly higher than last year and the best in three years, this year's strong oscar contender helped with a >> walnut creek and campbell and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good morning, it is 5:12. this is a live picture from wichita, kansas, where the big dig out has begun with more than 20" falling. the massive blizzard has mostly moved on. our meteorologist is tracking the path to the he rive
gas exporter. we have this report. >> this is the future of america's oil industry. in north dakota, the economy is booming. oil companies are using a relatively new technology called fracking to get that oil and gas reserves kilometers underground. it uses chemicals to break through shale rock and stone. the technology is controversial, but energy experts say the benefits far outweigh the costs. u.s. oil production has exploded in the past couple of years from 23 million cubic meters per day in the year 2000 to 712 million cubic meters today. experts believe the new technology could make the u.s. energy independent within the next 20 years. this would have serious implications for global politics, especially in the middle east. because the u.s. is dependent on middle east oil, it helps maintain security there. the strait of hormuz is the biggest oil route in the world. the u.s. protect tankers sailing straight. should america stop protecting the waters, the eu may have to take on more responsibility for security there and for the entire middle east. europe already helps keep waters
. 94% of under armor's revenue is for north america and for nike it's 42%. ua's international for the whole planet outside of north america is just 6%, bill, you can come down to the store in baltimore and get fitted from head, all the way down to toe, and i picked this one out because i think you would look good in the blue and gray. >> with under armour taking on nike, which of those stocks is a better buy? it's under armour versus nike. on the technical side, be a gal doolittle and on the financial side jeff kilberg, what's your view fundamentally, nike versus under armour? >> i like under armour and brian did a great job talking numbers. i focus on the young blood versus the old blood. let's take a look what happened to apple when steve jobs passed away and stepped down. by no means can i bash nike. they are a great global brand, a global institution, but right now it's just a little too expensive. i would hike to see a 10% correction. focusing on under armour. hitting the nail on the head with the i will campaign. just launched i will, and i will be getting long here agai
north america. the exact cause of the accident is unknown. >>> we have word from south america of a contact with a missing bay area couple. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran in the newsroom now with some new possibilities on that couple down in peru. >> reporter: good morning. yes. we have word that the missing couple has been spotted in peru this month. this news comes as two families are holding out hope. take a look at this video from peruvian tv that shows jamie neal and her boyfriend garrett hand apparently on a bus to lima last month. these are from january 26th days after they stopped chronicling their trip on facebook. they were on a bicycle tour of south america and had been keeping in touch with family and friends on social media but their last messages were a month ago. but kpix 5 has spoken with a hostel operator in northeastern peru who told us the couple stayed at her hostel and were
journey. and whether the next pope comes from latin america, asia, europe or north america, i think they'll embrace him as well. >> matt? >> savannah, as we mentioned maybe a thousand or couple thousand people in st. peter's square watching this unfold on big monitors. imagine how many people in rome right now have pulled their cars off to the side of the road and get a glimpse of this. or sitting in their apartments or office places. looking out the window, as this helicopter passes slowly overhead. in no hurry whatsoever. you mentioned scenery that it's passing. we've got claudio lavanga, nbc correspondent in rome. i imagine there's great anticipation here, claudio? >> reporter: there's great anticipation here in castel gandolfo. thousands of people crowding the small square here, about 8,000 people. we're told they came here hours ago. they've joined me in prayer. and also first, when the loud leaving the apostolic palace, and secondly when the local church bells started ringing. well, the helicopter ride is about ten minutes from vatican city to here, so we expect to see or hear at l
to the hospital. there are no word of victims from north america. the cause of the accident is unknown. >>> a bay area couple missing in south america may have been spotted just 10 days ago. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is in the newsroom with word from peru on what the two might be doing. >> reporter: good morning. well, kpix 5 spoke with a hostel operator who saw the couple this month and she believes they could still be in the area. peruvian tv reports these photos of garrett hand and jamie neal shows them taking a bus to lima on january 26 days after they stopped posting on facebook. the couple was on a bicycle tour of south america. their families say all communication stopped a month ago. the hostel operator said they were there february 16th, saying they stayed at her hostel twice and believes the couple is on spiritual retreat. she says she hopes the outside world will, quote, let them go to let them enjoy their time here. but garrett hand's mother says they are determined to find them. the family enlisted the help of the state dew point.
*. -- "america's newsroom." marthamartha: north korea says y have successfully completed a nuke car test, the kind you would put on a missile. >> reporter: the world got a bit more dangerous overnight. it is twice as powerful as the north korea completed in 1999. north korea claims it is a smaller, more sophisticated device. we have no con fir maition nation on that. if that's true, this means north korea is capable of creating something like a war head that could fit on a ballistic missile. one expert said this is an important step toward further weaponnization of their nuclear arsenal. bill: why is this happening now, gregg? >> reporter: pyongyang has not stopped their barrage of propaganda since they tested the device. they say this is just a first response. they say this is in response to hostile activity from the united states. the united states called it provocative. what is significant is this is the first nuclear test while kimukimjune unis in control. probably it is no coincidence that today obama will be delivering that state of the union address. they are looking for a maximum
%. $14.2 billion for the full year. very much driven by strong performance in latin america and north america in the fourth quarter. now epa rose by 15% to $22.30 a share. partly because of a lower tax rate. i spoke to the ceo of the business this morning. and i asked him whether 2013 was going to be another record year. and this is what he said. >> we've strung together now several record years in a row, and 2012 was no exception. we're looking forward, of course, to growing our sales. hopefully 2013 will be another in a string of successful years for the firm. what's powering that, of course, as i said, the population growth. we've spoken about this before. it'sum -- the fundamentals are still largely intact. >> that was syngenta's ceo speaking to me earlier. obviously a lot depends on the weather. but it also depends on what crop prices are going to do because higher crop prices, of course, incentivize farmers to spent more on the company -- to spend more on the company's crop production and seeds product. there's uncertainty. again, what can you do about the weather? back to you.
, half the world's catholics live in north or south america. the americas here, the blue part of the pie, about a quarter live in europe. 16% live in africa. 12% in asia pacific region. is it time to have a noneuropean pope? >> well, i think the question is -- and i presume this will be the question that the college of cardinals will begin to consider, is what does the office need? i don't believe that the first question should be culture, language, et cetera, but what does the office need and who is the candidate best qualified to step into that position, based on the analysis of the needs of the time? >> so it shouldn't matter necessarily that almost half of the world's catholics live in north and south america? shouldn't matter? >> the vote is not over who has the greatest clout. the vote is over who is in the best position to govern the church universally? and that person may come from a developing country, may come from a country that we aren't even -- have in focus yet. i think we look at it obviously and have to from the american political perspective. but i think the college of c
? >> well, i know...the americas, north and south america, are from amerigo vespucci. that's pretty big. but then you have all those- all those--colombia. but i think i'm gonna go with the 2 big continents. i'm gonna go amerigo vespucci, a, final answer. meredith: you are absolutely right.g continents blow everybody else out of the water right there. let's see how much money is behind this question. another $500. $12,500. we are gonna be back with more "millionaire" right after this. [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other
from latin america, and north american states, and also, then, from europe. from our stand point, as we continue to grow worldwide, we have 28 offices globally. we look after 24 billion dollars worth of assets, and logically, the next jurisdiction of choice for us was essentially florida because we can see this large influx of our client base moving there purely on the basis of the zero income tax, the very strong sort of business environment that has been created here the last couple of years, and i suppose in addition to that, there is also the lifestyle that brings a huge big sort of play into the equation for the clients. stuart: a lot of english people like florida because it's accessible and the sun is good. there's one advantage, which i think you missed out, make sure i'm right on this. there's no estate tax, state estate tax in florida, is there? >> when you say "state tax" as in residential taxes -- stuart: no, when you pass away. there's no estate state tax on your estate. when you pass away, you leave your money and house and the rest of it, it's not taxed at the state level
, from europe, 19 from latin america, 40 from north america and then split between asia and africa. so geographically, yes shgs diversity. and i think the pope geographic geographically curating new cardinals to come in. we'll have issues those who want to stay with the second vatican council, those who want to go back to the second vatican council but at the end this is the point of having a conclave. we discuss the issues and we discuss this is the man to take the church forward. which pope benedict said yesterday in his statement, pressing times pressing questions, with rapid changes. so we need a new man for these times. that's why it's an important and exciting time for the church. >> latin america makes up the biggest council population. i keep hearing many latin americans saying this is our time. how likely is that do you think? >> i think every single cardinal has a possibility. we've been surprised twice over. first with a pope from poland, a great pope john paul ii and pope benedict xvi, great pope from germany. both were surprises. certainly in latin ameri
. in north america, cold in the northeast as temperatures at or below freezing certainly for eastern parts of canada looking cold. towards the west, snow across the rockies, dry further south with highs of 21 in l.a. >> welcome back. here's a reminder of our main headlines on al-jazeera. at least 72 people are known to have died in an explosion at a vegetable market in southwestern pakistan in the city of quetta. at least 200 people were injured. afghanistan's president hamid karzai, says he will ban afghan security forces from calling in nato air support while in residential areas and thousands of protestors have gathered in tunisia's capital in support of the country's ruling ennahda party. rebel fighters in syria are claiming another victory near the city of aleppo, they say they've captured a government base near an international airport, improving their chances of capturing the city. here's our correspondent. >> syrian rebel fighters say they have captured a vital military installation, the 80th regiment air defense
of north america and better integrating our economies, particularly our electricity grid and so much else. immigration reform is the right thing to do for america and for people that are here that have been here for a long time and have made their contributions to this country have been law- abiding and contributing residents. it is to our benefit with our neighbors to the south. what is happened has been a slowing down of immigration from mexico because as our economy was struggling and jobs were not as available and the mexican economy was growing, people did not come or they went home. to the immigration flows are coming from further south where there's a lot of instability and significant poverty. we have to have this comprehensive immigration reform which means border security and help with border securities further south so we can move on to dealing with the 11 million people who are here and creating some path to citizenship. that will be a huge benefit to us in the region, not just in mexico but further south. at the same time we need to do more on border security and internal sec
in afghanistan or responding to the triple disaster in japan or pursuing terrorists in north africa. we have seen that america is stronger and more effective when we work together. i think we have gone a long way to restore america's global leadership. to make progress on some of the great challenges we face, from taking to it -- taking the fight to the leadership of al qaeda, to reasserting the united states as a pacific power. we have pioneered a more nimbler, more effective approach to foreign policy. i am enormously proud of what we have achieved. i am confident about the future, having left the state department in the capable hands of secretary john kerry, himself an accomplished diplomat and decorated navy veteran. i believe that we have established a strong base for this kind of collaboration, which i think is essential going forward against the challenges and threats we face. i happen to have grown up in a navy household. during world war ii, my pother was chief petty officer, trained sailors -- training sailors. he never forgot and used to tell us how it felt when it was like watching th
of america are companies that brought hundreds of america to north carolina and said if we upgrade our infrastructure they'll bring even more jobs. that's the attitude of a lot of companies around the world. i know you want these job-creating jobs in your districts. i've seen all those ribbon cuttings. so tonight i propose a fix-it-first program put it on the list of more urgent repairs like thousands of bridges across the country. [applause] and to make sure taxpayers don't shoulder the whole burden i'm proposing a partnership to rebuild america that attracts private capital modern ports to move our goods. modern pipelines to with stand storms. modern schools worthy of our children. let's prove there is no better place to do business than here in the united states of america. let's start right away. we can get this on it. part of our rebuilding effort must also involve our housing sector. the good news our housing market is finally healing from the lapsecollapse of 2007. home prices are rising at the fastest pace in six years. home purchases are up nearly 50%. and construction is expa
if this is something that is very familiar to him. he sees the biggest slave market in north america and he sees the brutality of of slavery and he wishes it would end, but he also recognizes that there are laws in place. and so he represented mr. madsen. you would never see something like this from lincoln after he leaves congress. we will talk about what happens soon. december of 1847, abraham lincoln is a member of the 30th congress. what is so fascinating, one of the most interesting things is who is there with him. the most famous member of the 30th congress is john quincy adams, the former president. the only former president that served in this capacity. this is fascinating because of the link between lincoln and the founding fathers. a short time they had to spend with one another lincoln was so fascinated with washington. he was so excited by the people who put together the declaration of independence, constitution, who started the government rates you can only imagine the questions that lincoln had for john quincy adams. john quincy adams shortly into his tenure dies on the house floor
that used to be in america 14,000 years ago is very likely because hunting of large animals of north and south america by human colonists. and the famous economist from the university of indiana, and this may be a good note, in fact, on which to some things up with the last question. what is interesting, of course, the circumstances under which traditional societies manage their resources well and under what circumstances to the over exploit the resources as we're doing today. and to some of a life work for which began a nobel prize in march to sentences, traditional societies were much more likely to take could care of and to manage their resources under two conditions, first, if they could exclude of ciders and be the only ones themselves utilizing those resources. secondly, if they have confidence they would pass on the resources to bear children. if there were confident it would pass on that land, those forced to their own children, and there were sure that they could keep outsiders out and it would take care of the resources where is that they could not exclude outsiders and if
saying they were from america. that we have been a tacked. >> i want to talk about something that north korea is doing. roll tape. ♪ >> right. that video, nuking america, cheering. what should do about it. >> i don't think we should be suckered into buying this horse game. everytime the north koreans come to us and say, we'll stop doing what -- we need a little aid, and everytime we fuel for -- fall for it. the definition of insanity, continuing to do the same thing. north koreans are important because the nuclear weapons they're making they're going to sell to iran. >> thank you. i will see you tomorrow morning and every weekday at 9:20 a.m. eastern on the fox business network. tonight on fbn, fake ingredients found in our food. is the food in your fridge safe? watch out. the five is next. captioned by closed captioning services inc. sends a check. ok. [ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands? [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where you don't back down from a challenge. this is the age of knowing how to make things happen. sowhy let erectile dysfunction get in your
by founding the annual north krisfest, the largest in north america. it brings thousands of people to america every year to celebrate everything scandinavian. he received the thee door roosevelt roughrider award in 2002 and was inducted into the scandinavian american hall of fame in 2011. may god bless chester's memory, his wife, and their beautiful family. he will be missed. mr. speaker, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from new york rise? >> to address the house for one minute. revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one minute. >> thank you, mr. speaker. mr. tonko: with pride i rise today to congratulate jack of albany new york on the celebration of its 100th anniversary recently held on january 24. founded by jack rosen stein, the restaurant is currently owned by his grandson as a sampling of its entree depth,'s has served liver and onions since the first day it opened. one menu dating back to 1939 shows the price of 75 cents. sadly many restaurants don't make it past the first few
from our nation's capitol, and brought to you today by the laborer's international union of north america. under president terry o'sullivan. liuna, liuna builds america,.org. most of the talk is about the sequester today and if it does kick in on march 1st. eliot spitzer joining us early this morning on our news line. good morning eliot. >> good morning. >> bill: it looks like the feeling in washington is, that congress feels they don't give a damn, they are just going to let it happen. >> nobody seems that terrified about it? >> bill: should they be? >> terrified may be an overstatement, the world is not going to come to an end, but it is going to hurt a lot of people, yes? is that par for the course for what congress does? yes. so maybe this is just the new norm. but this idea originated with let's put in place something so horrific, that nobody in their right mind will accept it. and now that horrific event now acceptable, because there is still an inability to do reasonable things to either deal with long-term debt issues which i think most of us think th
neighborhood of north america and with vehicle emissions standards, coal plants standards, you will eventually see that in the united states. nobody is replacing a coal plant with coal again. they are replacing it with natural gas. it reduces emissions by 50%. i did not see that as a quid pro quo. when the secretary of state and our minister of foreign affairs met and had a press conference, they talked about both climate change and energy security. we talked about vehicle emissions standards. th minister talked about the action we've taken had the the united states on coal plants in canada. i closed down some coal plants. i thought it was good for our jurisdiction but i think energy efficiency is crucial. energy-efficient homes, buildings, cars, trucks. those are issues of aerospace and how to remake steps in that direction. i feel confident both canada and united states will achieve this copenhagen charter and achieve energy independence in north america by 2020. that is great for this neighborhood. >> what is the effect on the canada-u.s. relationship -- if the project is turned down? >> i
well right now is latin america. there are three other segments, north america, europe, middle east, and also asia, are all up nicely in both revenue and operating income in the fourth quarter. it's a solid business, and it's defensive in this type of an environment. >> all right. scott, thank you. really appreciate it. >> thank you very much, becky. >> and coming up, kick off your week with some stocks to watch. from jim cramer. we're going to head down to the new york stock exchange, next. revolutionizing an industry can be a tough act to follow, but at xerox we've embraced a new role. working behind the scenes to provide companies with services... like helping hr departments manage benefits and pensions for over 11 million employees. reducing document costs by up to 30%... and processing $421 billion dollars in accounts payables each year. helping thousands of companies simplify how work gets done. how's that for an encore? with xerox, you're ready for real business. but we can still help you see your big picture. with the fidelity guided portfolio summary, you choose which accou
at what's been happening further north in the americas. residents in the northeastern u.s. are hoping to get back to their work routines today after digging out from the massive winter storm this weekend. nemo dumped up to three feet of snow in some areas. president obama has declared connecticut a disaster area, which makes it eligible for federal aid and at least 15 deaths are blamed on the storm. travel delays are easing. amtrak says it will have limited services in new york and boston. it's not the typical story you hear about in the u.s. in february as tornados tear through mississippi. >>> three companies biggest investors have joined southeastern management's objecting to the deal. but the latest edition, 14% now say they'll vote against the buyout. as far as dell's stock is concerned in frankfurt, it is still up 2%. >> eric schmidt is cashing in. the google claim has filed to sell 42% of his shares in the company. he will sell shares through a regular trading plan spread out over a year to reduce the market impact. analysts say it could hint at him playing a smaller role in th
to be the first black pope. the strongest european candidate may be italian cardinal anglo scola. north america has a potential front-runner in the form of canadian cardinal mark ouillette. an american pope is seen as an extreme long shot, although cardinal timothy dolan of new york would be a popular choice. benedict's last public appearance, major public appearance, to be to preside over the ash wednesday ceremonies. he cannot take part in a conclave to choose his successor but his influence will be felt in what is being seen as a battle between liberals and conservatives to chart the future of the church a loot sooner than any of them expected to have to do. >> rose: joining me now, gar wills, a life long scholar of religion and catholicism and author of a new book called "why priests? a failed tradition." i'm pleased to have garry wills back at this table. so what do you think? this -- everybody is fascinated by this story. look how big this is in the "new york times." >> oh, yes. well, changing -- a change in the church is kind of an exciting -- >> rose: changing a changeless church? >> ye
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